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Recruitment and Selection

BUS-302
RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
3 Credits

This course is a part of:
Associate's Degree Program
Bachelor's Degree Program

Prerequisite:

BUS-111: Human Resources Management

Considering the high cost of staffing and turnover, organizations of any size need to be able to quickly and efficiently hire good talent. Organizational leaders need to know how to be effective in staffing to meet business needs. This course prepares students to administer all aspects of staffing including; planning, sourcing, recruiting, assessment and hiring. The course also covers legal aspects of staffing, aligning staffing plans to business needs, and staffing systems.

Course Objectives

At the completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Describe key components of strategic staffing
  • Develop a strategic staffing plan
  • Align staffing strategies to business goals
  • Analyze a firm's staffing plan for potential legal issues
  • Conduct a job analysis
  • Develop an action plan to address labor supply and demand issues
  • Create a sourcing and recruiting plan
  • Calculate mean, median and mode for candidate assessment and comparison
  • Identify internal and external assessment methods
  • Select methods for candidate selection and hiring
  • Discuss various workforce management techniques
  • Analyze a balanced staffing scorecard